BCHS Library Media Center

Welcome to the BCHS Library Media Center

     The goal of the B.C.H.S. Library Media Center is to ensure that all members of the learning community have equitable access to information through reading, audio, and visual materials and to information via information technology.

     We have e-book readers, paperback books, hardcover books, magazines, videos, movies, cassettes, video cassettes, tapes, CDs, DVDs and more. Click here to go to our OPAC System to see what resources we have in our center. For more information, you may also click here to go to the BCHS Library Media Center website. 

     When you can't wait to get your hands on a book or audiobook, go to our new website for quick digital access. Click here for our SORA program. All you need is your library card number to gain access to over thousands of  selections in our collection and the Eufaula Carnegie Library collection.

     Continue your journey to information literacy at your library media center today!


BCHS 2021-2022 Continuous Improvement Plan


Alabama Virtual Library

Alabama's Virtual Library provides equitable access to many additional resources to meet your research and informational needs.


Alabama Learning Exchange

ALEX is the Alabama Learning Exchange. It offers access to Alabama's courses of study and many other valuable resources.


Town and Country Library

"Town and County Public Library is a Public library.  This library is affiliated with the library system that serves Clayton, AL.   The collection of the library contains 15302 volumes. The library circulates 2614 items per year. The library serves a population of 4146 residents."

--library details from the Town and Country Library website


BCHS Library Media and Family Engagement Center

See more and do more on the new BCHS Library Media and Family Engagement website.


Eufaula Carnegie Library

"Eufaula Carnegie Library serves the citizens of Barbour County, Alabama, and Quitman County, Georgia. The library has a large collection of books, books on compact disc and cassette, and VHS tapes and DVDs. Eight Internet-accessible computers are available for use by the public, and the library is a Wi-Fi hotspot."

--library details from the Eufuala Carnegie Library website


Kathy Shrock's Guide to Everything

This is a wonderful place to begin or refresh your knowledge on copyright and fair use laws.



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